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Jammu and Kashmir IPS official Basant Rath suspended for unfortunate behavior

New Delhi: Jammu and Kashmir unit IPS official Basant Rath has been suspended for supposed cases of "net unfortunate behavior and misconduct" with prompt impact, says a Union Home Ministry request. The request, gave on Tuesday evening, said the 2000-group IPS official was quickly joined to police base camp in Srinagar. The suspension request comes a fortnight after Rath sent J&K Police a composed grumbling against the UT's top cop DGP Dilbag Singh, over a supposed danger Singh made to his life.

Jammu and Kashmir IPS official Basant Rath has been suspended for supposed occurrences of gross wrongdoing and bad conduct, the Ministry of Home Affairs has said. "J&K IPS official Basant Rath has been suspended with prompt impact, regarding rehashed cases of gross wrongdoing and bad conduct, which have been brought to the notification of the legislature," the MHA said www.indian.com. The request, gave on Tuesday evening, said the 2000 bunch IPS official was quickly appended to police base camp in Srinagar.

Rath, posted as monitor general (IG), common barrier, in the association region, has been asked not to leave the base camp without authorization from the executive general of Jammu and Kashmir Police. He has been put under suspension with quick impact, it said. Basant Rath, a 2000 group IPS official, had as of late composed a letter in which he communicated worry about his wellbeing because of "specific exercises" of the Jammu and Kashmir Police boss. The letter had circulated around the web via web-based networking media, setting off a debate. In the June 25 letter, routed to the Gandhinagar police headquarters SHO, Basant Rath expressed, "I'm keeping in touch with you to observe my certifiable fears about my security and notoriety. I am doing it as a private resident of the nation.

In my own ability. Not as a government worker. Not as a police officer." "I am not requesting that you stop a FIR against the individual referenced previously bbc urdu world news today. I am simply requesting that you make this letter a piece of the day by day journal at your police headquarters... In the event that something awful transpires, you should realize whose number you should dial. With due regard," included the letter, in whose headline the name of the Jammu and Kashmir Police boss was written by hand.